The mission of the Lucy Carson Library of The University of Montana-Western is to meet the informational, educational, cultural, and recreational needs of the community of users. This is done by developing an organized collection and list of services relevant to the college's mission and the campus curriculum. Policies and procedures exist to ensure the freedom of access to and use of information and technology regardless of medium, to all users. The library is committed to instruct patrons in critical skills related to research and promote information and technology literacy as well as lifelong learning.
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Forty-six candid shots across the decades of college life at the University of Montana Western (Dillon), as well as materials from the public relations department in the 1950s. Founded in 1893 as Montana State Normal School, it was known as Western Montana College of Education before joining the University of Montana system.
A publication of campus news and events was published from 1922 to 1949 under the flag of The Montanomal. Renamed The Wescolite in 1949, it published under that name until 1999. The name changed to Western Wire from 2002 to 2004 but reverted back to The Wescolite in the fall of 2004. Publication ceased after 2009.
The Chinook" began as the yearbook of Montana State Normal College in 1906 and continued through 2006, with the exception of the war years of 1944, 1945, and 1946. The yearbook retained its name while the school transitioned from Montana State Normal College to Western Montana College to Western Montana College of Education to University of Montana at Western to University of Montana Western.
This collection contains the MSCN Alumni News 1941-43 and the Normal College Index 1926-37.